Catholic boys' school as a foretaste of hell: a sadistic teacher, a secret society among the Seniors, an extracurricular chocolate sale that soon becomes all-consuming. It's not believable for an instant, but it has a loony logic that catches you up and pulls you in. The direction by Keith Gordon is, similarly, extravagant but somehow not out of line. An actor himself, and only a first-time director, he's perhaps a little lenient with his actors, perhaps a little free-wheeling with his cameras. Ilan-Mitchell Smith, Wally Ward, John Glover. (1988) — Duncan Shepherd
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